Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'On The Road' started by Pal-O-Mino, Jul 16, 2015.
According to who? Lol
That's in CA on the I15 between Barstow and Vegas
Zzyzx (/ˈzaɪzᵻks/ ZY-zəks), formerly Camp Soda and Soda Springs, is an unincorporated community in San Bernardino County, California, United States, within the boundaries of Mojave National Preserve. It is the former site of the ZzyzxMineral Springs and Health Spa and now the site of the Desert Studies Center.
Enroute to the 2016 RI rally, I passed an exit to Purgatory Road MA that leads, of course, to a popular hiking area:
According to legend, Hobomoko (the Native American devil) carried a woman to Purgatory Chasm after she had murdered a "white man". When the woman began to fight, Hobomoko hit her head against a boulder and attacked her with a tomahawk. The bowl-like depressions show where her head hit the boulder, the ax-marks where the tomahawk struck, and the footprints in the vein of stone where he carried his victim’s body to the edge of the fissure.
Maine has towns that don't have names, they are just numbers, I went through a couple on my way to the St. Croix river for a college trip
I'm right down the road from Ball''s Falls.
Fertile, MN and the nearby town of Climax, MN. There's an infamous Fargo Forum headline: "Fertile Woman Dies in Climax."
Must be a popular name, Ga. has a climax Ga. I laugh every time I drive thru,
Fl has a town named Two Egg ,
I wonder how some of these towns got their name.
I probably don't want to know.... lol
We had a restaurant in Ocala, Fl. Named foo- king restaurant the name was changed for some reason, after only 1 week;
There is Boring, OR and Shartlesville, PA
Bong State park in Southern wisconsin